endoperoxide


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endoperoxide

(ˌɛndəʊpəˈrɒksaɪd)
n
(Biochemistry) one of the substances formed in the biosynthesis of prostaglandins
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126] and could attack on the endoperoxide oxygen atom at the C-9 carbon of [PGH.
2] causes activation of prostaglandin endoperoxide synthetase, which then uses polyunsaturated fatty acids and molecular oxygen to produce prostaglandin endoperoxide, a short-lived, reactive prostaglandin precursor [for review see Morse et al.
Activation of the endoperoxide ascaridole modulates its sensitizing capacity.
Naive BALB/c cardiomyocytes displayed similar levels of surface expression for both subtypes of endoperoxide receptors (data not shown).
Biosynthesis of ascaridole: Iodide peroxidase-catalyzed synthesis of a monoterpene endoperoxide in soluble extracts of Chenopodium ambrosioides fruit.
2] is one of the byproducts of arachidonic acid (AA) oxidation by prostaglandin endoperoxide [H.
This signal disappears completely after illumination [lower panel, Figure 2 (c)], presumably due to the generation of the respective endoperoxide via a [4p+2p], Diels-Alder pathway (27), with PEA 1 behaving as a diene and [sup.
3 days earlier than for F32-TEM depending on the endoperoxide and concentration (Table 3; online Technical Appendix Figure 2).
58) It seems likely that the lethal effects of endoperoxide antimalarial are due to targeted damage of particular enzymes or membrane proteins by free radical species rather than non-specific damage caused by freely diffusing ROS.
Resistance has emerged to all the classes of antimalarial drugs except artemisinin, an endoperoxide antimalarial drug derived as the active component of Artemisia annua, a herbal remedy used in Chinese folk medicine for 2000 years "qinghaosu" (6-9).
Rat ovarian prostaglandin endoperoxide synthase-1 and -2: periovulatory expression of granulosa cell-based interleukin-1 dependent enzymes.
The endoperoxide OZ439, currently in Phase II clinical trials, and a new 8-aminoquinoline, NPC-1161B, also demonstrated transmission-blocking potential.